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Named a team captain for the 2013 season. First player to be named team captain in consecutive seasons since Nick Parrish (09-10). 2012: Granted an extra season of eligibility after being lost on the sixth play of the season at Davidson (9/1)...Named a team captain during the team's spring banquet. 2011: Appeared in nine games, starting eight after earning the starting QB job during summer training camp...Completed 127-of-232 passes for 1,268 yards and 10 touchdowns and six interceptions with a QB efficiency of 109.70 to finish among the PL leaders...Fifth in the PL, averaging 140.9 yards per game and fifth in total offense with 170.1 yards per game...Rushed for 263 yards and four touchdowns on the season...Opened the season passing for 172 yards and a TD, while rushing for 73 yards with a TD in a win over Davidson...Passed for 196 yards, completing 21-of-37 passes with two touchdowns in a win over Lafayette...Did not throw an interception during the first three games of the season...Passed for a season-high 211 yards, completing 21-of-42 with two touchdowns at Yale 2010: Appeared in six games, splitting time with Scott Darby ... Finished the season passing for 748 yards on 68-of-128 passing with three touchdowns and two interceptions ... Passed for a season-high 252 yards, going 18-of-34 with two touchdowns in the second half against Bucknell on Oct. 16 ... Went 11-for-19 for 114 yards and a touchdown at Sacred Heart on Oct. 23 ... Went 13-for-26 for 172 yards with a season-long 66 yard pass at Fordham. 2009: Appeared in nine games last season, starting seven times ... Completed 50.4 percent of his passes (129-of-256) for 1,231 yards and two touchdowns with nine interceptions ... Threw for at least 200 yards in his two games behind center ... Played the final quarter of the Lafayette game and completed 6-of-12 passes for 81 yards ... Named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week on Sept. 21 after throwing for 332 yards, completing 32-of-59 passes, in a losing effort against Yale ... Threw his first career touchdown pass against Howard, completing 23-of-49 passes for 233 yards.
High School: Attended Oaks Christian from 2004-08 and Bridgton Academy in 2009 ... Played five years of football at Oaks Christian and Bridgton under and played basketball for 4 years at Oaks Christian ... Captained the Bridgton football team in 2008-09 ... Helped lead Oaks Christian to the CIF Championship from 2004-07 and a state championship in 2007 ... Coached by Bill Reddell at Oak Christian and Rick Marcells at Bridgton.
Personal: Son of Mark and Anna Kempf ... Born on February 10, 1990 in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Has two sisters, Alana and Mariah ... A Dean's List student ... Named Algebra Student of the Year ... Enjoys poetry and playing guitar ... Lists winning the state championship as the most thrilling moment of his athletic career ... Lists his parents as the most influential people in his athletic career ... Favorite pro team is the Arizona Cardinals and favorite pro player is Matt Cassel ... Plans to major in business...Chose Georgetown because it presented the opportunity to achieve among the best.